Bill Taulbee of Lykes Insurance Joins Board of Directors of Feeding Children Everywhere

by Cindy Sineriz | March 30, 2017

LONGWOOD, Fla. – (March 30, 2017) – Bill Taulbee, president and CEO of Lykes Insurance, a premier commercial insurance firm headquartered in Tampa with additional offices in Winter Park, Fort Myers and Sarasota, has joined the Board of Directors of Feeding Children Everywhere, a social charity that assembles healthy meals for hungry people in 49 countries around the world.    

“As a volunteer-driven organization, we value the time, commitment and energy of our Board members, and know that Bill will bring his leadership and mission commitment to his role with us,” says Dave Green, CEO of Feeding Children Everywhere.

Taulbee brings a wealth of voluntary leadership experience to the board of FCE. Active in Orlando, he has served as a city councilman and member of the Charter Review & Code of Conduct Commission and board member of the Community Redevelopment Agency for the City of Maitland; as well as president and board member, Art & History Museums; board member of United Arts of Central Florida and board member of the business caucus of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. In Tampa, he was a member of the board of Children’s Museum of Tampa and University of Tampa board of counselors, as well as a member of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Hillsborough County Special Olympics and Independent Insurance Agents of Greater Tampa.

About Lykes Insurance

Lykes Insurance was founded in 1925 by Lykes Bros. Inc., a 100-year-old privately held Florida-based company. As a premier commercial insurance firm with offices in Tampa, Fort Myers, Sarasota and Winter Park, Lykes Insurance focuses on building long lasting partnerships with companies and individuals, providing protection for businesses, managing risk and designing innovative benefit solutions. For more information, please visit www.lykesinsurance.com.

 About Feeding Children Everywhere

Started around a family’s dining room table in the wake of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Feeding  Children Everywhere has mobilized hundreds of thousands of volunteers to assemble healthy meals for hungry people in 49 countries.  Its operations now include U.S. Hunger, formed in 2013 to help feed millions of Americans going hungry every day, including veterans and seniors; and Fed 40, launched in November 2016 as a pilot program available through the App Store and Google Play, which allows users in designated low-income areas to request 40 meals, delivered at no charge to their doorstop in about one business day.  Visit www.feedingchildreneverywhere.com.